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last night's roll call vote. delegates from d-c and three states that trump did not win in the primary tried to have delegates recorded according to the primary results. they were overruled, and all their delegates went to donald trump instead. trump failed to win a single delegate in d-c's march 12th primary. stay with abc-7 for your convention coverage. we're streaming all the convention events online at wjla.com. and each night at 7 on our sister station newschannel 8 -- catch an hour-long special look at the convention - including analysis from political insiders. on the democratic side... hillary clinton spent tuesday ralling supporters at a union conference in las vegas. she compared trump's convention entrance to the wizard of oz.
democratic nominee is expected to announce her running mate on friday. the democratic national convention starts monday in philadelphia. it's xx and we're just getting started. the mayor of kansas city kansas attempts to comfort residents after the police captain was fatally gunned down. and he was considered a staple for more than four decades -- devoted to washington football -- we say goodbye to chief zee. good morning washington. parts of the d-m-v got hit by strong thunderstorms overnight. neighborhoods saw do
that light up the sky , flooding and power outages. today: mostly sunny. low humidity. highs: 85-88 winds: n 5 mph tonight: partly cloudy. lows: 63-70 winds: s 5 mph thursday: partly cloudy. a touch warmer and bit more humid. highs: 89-92 winds: s 5 mph metro safetrack surge number 5 goes into place this morning. we're just
what you need to know. this will affect the orange and silver lines and this time, we won't have any shutdowns. it will be only single tracking from east falls church to ballston with trains running every 10 minutes. after 10:00pm trains will run every 20 minutes. 1 and breaknig overnight - take a look at some of the
those storms. this is millwood lane in northwest washington. a huge tree came down taking out power lines. right now pepco reports more than 5-thousand poeple across dc, montgomery and prince george's county in the dark today. trees also came down on the highway. this is river road when a tree came down - at goldsboro. we learned just a short time ago that the mess ic clearned up and the road is now back open. flooding also a big issue. take a look at these cars slightly submerged in water just off the southeast-southwe st freeway at seventh street. the water has since receded. and check out this video out of silver spring. a tree came down on top of a house in silber spring. the family - okay but -had to move out. we also received reports of more than a half dozen homes hit by lightning - however none of the damage is significant. developing now.. the man who allegedly pulled the trigger in the fatal shooting of the kansas city, kansas police captain is in custody. captain robert melton was shot and killed yesterday afternoon, after pulling over suspects wantd
shooting. investigators say a man opened fire before melton could get out of his vehicle. captain melton is the second police officer in kansas city, kansas to be shot and killed.. in a little more than two months. hundreds said goodbye to a fallen officer in dallas tuesday. michael krol was one of five officers gunned down in dallas earlier this month - in an ambush that shook the nation. funeral arrangements are set for two of the three police officers killed in baton rouge over the weekend. services will be held friday and monday. three officers were shot to death in what's being called a "targeted assassination" sunday morning. a forum aimed at improving trust and communication between montgomery county police and residents will be held tonight. this will be the second of two such meetings. last night's meeting in silver spring focused on recent shootings of and by
texas, and minnesota. tonight's meeting begins at seven o'clock.. at the upcounty regional service center in germantown. this morning at howard university, fallen police officers will be honored with a memorial march and service by the national organization of black law enforcement executives. it's part of the 40th anniversary training conference of noble. nearly 2-thousand african american law enforcement executives' attorneys, civil and human rights leaders will be in attendance. the march starts at 8 a-m. he was known as a mainstay at redskins home games for decades. this morning, we remember zema williams - known as "chief zee." the man considered an unofficial mascot of the team, passed away yesterday. and as jay korff reports, fellow skins fans are paying tribute. movie and t-v fans are mourning the
writer and director garry marshall. he died yesterday in burbank, california of complications from pneumonia, after having a stroke. marshall created several t-v sitcoms, including "happy days" and "laverne and shirley." he also directed movies, including "pretty woman" and "runaway bride." and he appeared in films in colorful supporting roles. marshall was the brother of actress and director penny marshall. he was 81-years-old. still ahead on good morning washington -- could felons be allowed to cast their vote in virginia? the debate in the state's highet
hearing was held yesterday after republicans challenged governor terry mcauliffe's order to restore the voting rights for 206-thousand felons. they argue the state constitution requires governors to consider each felon case individually and not as a group. mcauliffe says the move is the right thing to do and disputes claim's that he signed the order to add democratic voters to help hillary clinton win virginia in november. since the governor issued the order in april, nearly 12-thousand felons have registered to vote in the upcoming election. a decision on the case is expected next month. 7 on your side getting results- for hundreds of students left in limbo because of missing test results. ap tests can determine much of a student's future- especially when it comes to setting up college courses. students at one high school in prince william county thought they'd know their scores july 7-th.
the upper 80s. the humidity will slow rise through the end of the week, but the bigger story will be the soaring temperatures. near record high temperatures are expected friday through monday. air temperatures will be around 100 degrees, but it will feel like temperatures are between 105-110 with the humidity. the high heat breaks tuesday with highs back into the lower 90s. metro safetrack surge number 5 goes into place this morning. we're just
about 30 minutes away from the beginning. here's what you need to know. this will affect the orange and silver lines and this time, we won't have any shutdowns. it will be only single tracking from east falls church to ballston with trains running every 10 minutes. after 10:00pm trains will run every 20 minutes.
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serious damage across the region. stormwatch-7 is on top of it this morning - as thousands across the d.m.v deal with the damage, power outages, and now the cleanup. here we go. the gop officially nominates donald trump. we have a live report from cleveland, after an historic night. a hall of fame football fan, passes away. remembering the life and legacy of the man known as chief zee. good morning washington. i'm larry smith. and i'm autria godfrey. let's get right to weather, where we are seeing the impact of those serious storms last night.